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1.
1. The total act of burninating. (see: burninator) A complete meltdown.

2. To burn, preferrably countrysides and small villages, down to ashes.

3. State of complete and total annihilation.

Trogdor stomped through the land and laid everything to burnination.
Por So and So 20 de mayo de 2003
 
2.
the results of the act of burninating teh countryside, peasants, or thatched-roof cottages. Usually the consequence of Trogdor smiting Kerrek. See also Trogdor and burninate
And then Trogdor smote the Kerrek, and all was laid to burnination.
Por Strong Bad the Awesome 23 de febrero de 2003
 
3.
1) An act of complete destruction through fire, as popularized by the web cartoon Homestar Runner by the character Trogdor the Burninator.

Similar bastardizations occur when changing tenses, or from noun to verb: c.f., "burninator", "burninate", et cetera.

2) The title of a movie at www.toydestruction.com, which is the first result in a google search for "burnination". The movie features a pink-and-grey furby being doused with white gas and then being lit on fire.
1)
Trogdor ran through the country side and burninated the villages. There was complete burnination.

2) Burnination was given four out of five stars in the repetoire of Toy Destruction movies.
Por Petey 11 de noviembre de 2004
 
4.
The act of reducing something or someone to ashes by way of dragon-blown flames.
Trogdor smote the village and all was laid to burnination.
Por Sco 24 de agosto de 2003
 
5.
The burning remains or area left after an act of burninating (v). Usually referred to with the actions of a Trogdor. See Dragon.
then Trodgor Smote the Kerrek, and all was lain to burnination.
Por Ferret 06 de junio de 2003
 
6.
the act of burninating
burninating the country side, peasents and cottages.
Por Alisha 31 de julio de 2003
 
7.
The action performed by the great Trogdor on the countryside, peasants, people, and THATCHED ROOF COTTAGES!
Who's going to pay for the repairs with all this burnination going on?
Por Crys 18 de febrero de 2003